• Subject: Re: CL variables in FTP commands
  • From: Phil Groschwitz <sublime78ska@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 15:49:55 -0800 (PST)

Don't think you can do that.

What I do is dynamically create the INPUT file for
each request, using RPG.  You can pass the file name
and change date values to the rpg pgm and create the
new put statement.


--- "Ray, Adam" <aray@fhp.org> wrote:
> Good afternoon everyone.
> I was wondering if it is possible to use CL
> variables in a batch FTP
> session. I need to transfer a file from our AS/400
> to one of our NT servers
> without any user intervention. The file to be put on
> the server is to be
> named using the files last change date. So the PUT
> command would look
> something like this
>       put mylib/myfile.mymbr mmddyyyy.raw
> I know I can get the files change date using the CL
> command RTVOBJD,
> something like this:
> And I know the FTP commands would be contained in a
> source physical file. 
> So can I use the CL variable &CHGDATE in the PUT
> command contained in the
> PF? My guess is it would look like this:
>       put mylib/myfile.mymbr &CHGDATE.raw
> Can you do that? If not, is there another way to do
> this? Any input is
> appreciated.
> Adam Ray
> Applications Programmer
> Family Health Partners
> Voice: 816-855-1822
> Fax: 816-855-1890
> Cell: 913-221-8685
> Email: aray@fhp.org <mailto:aray@fhp.org> 

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